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Analysis of a large number of pollen samples from pools and wells has led to a more detailed understanding of the vegetation development in the eastern Netherlands between c. 1100 B.c. and A.D. 1500. During the Neolithic and the Bronze Age settlements were islands within a forest landscape, with...
Many upland environments are valued for their openness, which is often actively maintained by extensive pastoral agriculture. Documentary sources indicate the complexity and longevity of regulations designed to protect the hill grazing resource from over-exploitation but these systems leave...
The understanding of the evolution of the northeast landscape of Scotland is bedevilled by a lack of secure dating horizons and a clear appreciation of the agricultural methods employed. It is suggested that both shortcomings can be mitigated by the careful study and cross-referencing of...
The oldest Swedish large-scale maps are an important source of information about late medieval desertion. A large number of uninhabited cadastral units (utjordar) were surveyed and specified on maps during 1630–1655. The maps contain economic and spatial information about deserted farms not...
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